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Mashing up visual languages and web mash-ups

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Mashing up visual languages and web mash-ups
Research on web mashups and visual languages share an interest in human-centered computing. Both research communities are concerned with supporting programming by everyday, technically inexpert users. Visual programming environments have been a focus for both communities, and we believe that there is much to be gained by further discussion between these research communities. In this paper we explore some connections between web mashups and visual languages, and try to identify what each might be able to learn from the other. Our goal is to establish a framework for a dialog between the communities, and to promote the exchange of ideas and our respective understandings of humancentered computing.
M. Cameron Jones, Elizabeth F. Churchill, Michael
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Where VL
Authors M. Cameron Jones, Elizabeth F. Churchill, Michael B. Twidale
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